G+ (Dust jacket has heavy edge wear and small tears; book and its interior are terrific. ) Stone cloth, black & green dust jacket. 428 pp. 65 color, plates tipped in, 133 photo-engravings. "Here are presented some of the finest Chinese works of art covering a period of approximately 4000 years; the bronzes interpreting in their mysterious and fascinating manner the religious trends of this period; the precious jade coupling the perfection of diligent craftsmanship with the charms of its semi-sacred quality." (dj).
Very Good in Good jacket. Book. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Very good condition third edition hard cover with DJ and hard slipcase. Corners very lightly bumped. DJ in good condition, some edgewear, front top corner of DJ is bumped. Hard slipcase in good condition, slight discolouration and edgewear.
Fine in very good dust jacket. Marvelous clean book-heavy cloth cover/spine with red lettering-Binding solid-Text "fine"-Jacket lightly shelfworn. 428 p. Includes bibliography. 65 color plates tipped-in; 133 B & W Photo-engravings, with complete and detailed descriptions; Chronological table of Chinese Dynasties. The book presents some of the finest Chinese works of art, covering a period of some 4000 years-"Chinese Art" is an authoritative and impressive addition to studies of the art of the Orient. USD.
LION-GOLDSCHMIDT, Daisy, and Jean-Claude Moreau-Gobard. CHINESE ART. BRONZE, JADE, SCULPTURE, CERAMICS. New York: Universe Books, (1960). 4to. Cloth, dust jacket. 428 pages. First American edition. Being an English-language translation of Arts de la Chine. Light foxing to dust jacket and book's edges, else very good.
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